When the great storm comes, the good life ends. And hell on Earth begins. For 100 years we’ve been tossing our toxic waste over our shoulders. No more. This morning, while we slept, something woke up. It’s virulent. Malign. Intelligent. Ambitious. It’s in our food, our water, our air. It’s inside our bodies themselves. And it’s not leaving. We are.
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John Skipp is a bestselling author and screenwriter whose eleven books have sold millions of copies and are reprinted in nine languages. As co-author with Craig Spector, he wrote six novels from 1986 to 1993 that completely re-invented horror. Of their first three novels, The Light at the End, The Cleanup and The Scream, each sold over a million copies and two made the New York Times bestseller list. Together they provided the story for the 1989 film A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child.Review:
"This is the New Horror at work; fast-paced and passionate, breaking new ground as it uncovers the faces that fear wears in the century's final decade." -Clive Barker "A novel of brilliance, overflowing with talent and originality." --Richard Christian Matheson "Important and terrifying. "The Bridge "is a potent gateway drug into the world of literary splatter that changed my life. More relevant today than when it was first published."--Joe Lynch, Director of "Wrong Turn 2""The seminal splatterpunk novel that redefined the genre. "The Bridge" has lost none of its intensity or power."--Brian Keene, Author of "Darkness on the Edge of Town"
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